Measure vibrations, inclination, proximity, temperature, air quality, motion and much more with iQunet wireless battery-operated award winning and patent pending sensors.
iQunet’s easy-fit wireless asset monitoring sensors measure physical machine parameters such as:
bearing vibration, temperature, proximity, rotation, humidity, inclination, and others.
iQunet wireless asset monitoring sensors can be mounted on machines, rotating equipment or inside work and livings spaces. A network, which navigates around obstacles and through walls, is formed automatically by the sensors. The base station can virtually serve an unlimited number of sensor nodes. A small DIN-rail mounted iQunet server continuously analyzes and optimizes the network to create the most efficient paths and to balance the load across available paths.
In most facilities, the real-time monitoring and protection of critical rotating equipment is standard practice. However, the monitoring of second-tier equipment has traditionally been deemed cost-prohibitive or too difficult. While these unmonitored assets may not be classified as critical, a sudden failure can still cause serious disruption, shutdowns, and damage to equipment.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a measurement of the atmosphere inside a building and its effect on the health and comfort of its occupants. IAQ can be affected by microbial contaminants (such as mold or fungus) as well as gaseous pollutants (including CO2, and VOCs). To avoid adverse health effects on the building’s users, an accurate air quality monitoring system is essential.